• White Girl Bleed a Lot

  • The Return of Racial Violence to America and How the Media Ignore It
  • By: Colin Flaherty
  • Narrated by: Colin Flaherty
  • Length: 10 hrs and 50 mins
  • 4.7 out of 5 stars (106 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Ferguson might be the worst, but it is not the first.

Ferguson is just the latest of hundreds of examples of Black mob violence around the country.

White Girl Bleed a LotThe Return of Racial Violence to America and How the Media Ignore It was written for the deniers: reporters and public officials and others who deny Black mob violence has reached epidemic levels. That is why so many readers/listeners get another copy: They send it to someone who needs to read it.

Denial is not an option any more. Many of these cases are now on YouTube.

And for the first time, listeners will be able to scan QR codes to follow the Black mob violence on video as they hear about it in the audiobook.

For the first time, listeners will be able to see the huge difference between what big city newspapers say is happening. And what the videos show is really happening.

The new edition of White Girl Bleed a Lot documents more than 500 cases of Black mob violence in more than 100 cities around the country, many in 2013, and how the local and national media ignore, excuse, and even condone it.

Writing in National Review, Thomas Sowell said, "Reading Colin Flaherty's book made painfully clear to me that the magnitude of this problem is greater than I had discovered from my own research. He documents both the race riots and the media and political evasions in dozens of cities."

Neal Boortz said: "Colin Flaherty has become public enemy number one to the leftist media because of the research he's done on the Black culture of violence."

The new edition of White Girl Bleed a Lot documents Black mob violence in the bigger cities, such as Baltimore, Philadelphia, Chicago, New York, and St. Louis. But also in places where the frequency and intensity of racial violence is not as well known: Milwaukee, Indianapolis, Charlotte, Seattle, Portland, Denver, Las Vegas, Kansas City, Peoria, Springfield, Greensboro, Des Moines, Cedar Rapids, Champaign, Madison, and many more.

Listeners learn about "Beat Whitey Night" at a Midwest state fair.

Or how a Chicago Police Chief blamed the violence on Sarah Palin and the Pilgrims. Or how Oprah Winfrey gave one million dollars to a Philadelphia charter school, only to see its students on video assaulting a White person shortly thereafter.

Or how gays and Asians and women are particular targets.

And how one congressman and former mayor said his city should not crack down on the violence because that will "just make a lot of Black kids angry."

And how newspaper editors and reporters say they will not report racial violence. And how some people fight back.

Anthony Cumia of the Opie and Anthony Show called White Girl Bleed a Lot a "great book," as did national talk show host Jesse Lee Peterson. The San Francisco Examiner gave it five stars.

Alex Jones of Infowars said it was "[b]rilliant. I could not put it down."

Colin Flaherty has won more than 50 awards for journalism, many from the Society of Professional Journalists. His story about a Black man unjustly convicted of trying to kill his wife girl friend resulted in his release from state prison and was featured on NPR, the Los Angeles Times, and Court TV.

©2016 Colin Flaherty (P)2019 Colin Flaherty
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Eye opening!!

You always hear on the news about violence and criminality but they never hear the race of the people. Now I know! Colin is great to listen to. I’m glad he did the reading of his own book. Can’t wait for “Don’t Make The Black Kids Angry “ on audio book.

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greatest author of our time, and the bravest

just fantastic, not what's going on in the black community and how it spills out into the suburbs but how well it's been explained.

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The Bitter Truth

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This is the REAL news you won't hear from major outlets. Do you really want to know?

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educational and informational work

alignment of observations and experience of a lifetime on the east coast....awesome job Collin

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A must read!

Mr. Flaherty gives accounts (with links or dates) of violent racial attacks by blacks that have been unreported or purposely mischaracterized by the National and local "Mainstream" media. Most reasonsble people suspected as much but is way worse than I thought.

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Reality

Wonderful book. I hope millions get to hear this.
I would recommend it to everyone I know.

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  • 11-29-20

The second worst selection I've ever made.

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This wasn't much more than a stringing together of events with no connecting narrative. The events span a decade and, although they are affective stories in isolation, so not draw out the story promised.

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This was horrible. The reader /author seemed to try to read the whole book in his first take. Three are a multitude of false stats and stops, many disfluencies, long pauses that made me believe that playback had stopped. Additionally, the author /narrator continually broke into conversational times that are an unlikely voice in the printed version.

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Unique from the above, the author /narrator would break into a jive accent for emphasis in many places, e.g. boys, urban fellas, black community. All in all, this book was like ten hours with your tipsy racist uncle. I was interested in the topic, but this book more made me uncomfortable.

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Great Content, Less than stellar delivery

Colin does excellent work bringing light to this massively unreported hemorrhaging wound ruining so many lives across the Country. He should hire a professional reader for this audio version though. His presentation is not great and is a little distracting at times.

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good book

good book. good, relevant content. author wasnt a very smooth reader tho.. choppy and stutter at times.

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If BLM then don’t sentence them to lives of misery.

Lost generations of young black youth brought to you by lame marxists masquerading as progressives . It is criminality for the sake of politics.

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  • 10-11-20

Keep On Shining The Light Colin.

Fully comprehensive, detailed and informative report on the current state of mob black on white violence in America.

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  • Brian McHugh
  • 12-13-19

Mindblown

Having just read Colin's book I've a far greater understanding of the unofficial race hate sweeping the U.S, and nope it's not by those good ole boys the nigh on defunct KKK or "White supremacists" the media likes to serve up to try and guilt trip a white majority for something they had no part in. Colin unapologetically and without racism points out the FACTS regarding racial violence in America and backs up anything he says with said facts.

From an overextended Police force in nearly every major city who have been instructed by those above to literally ignore lesser crimes you and I would be aghast if faced with to outright institutionalised racism taught to black kids and others who indulge the black people's sense of entitlement. Some of the stories Mr Flaherty relays in this book will leave you looking at the U.S in a whole different way. All in all a brave voice unburdened by ignoring the dangerously politically correct narrative that hamstrings us in these times.

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  • J. R. Lawrence
  • 06-01-21

Good ol'Colin

Great book, important topic. I enjoyed the author's sense of humour (the way he says 'bricks' made me chuckle). Unfortunately, most people are determined in their efforts to not face the facts that this book presents. If you gift this to someone (in the hope of waking them up), they will most likely call you a bad person and never speak to you again.

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  • Mr. N. P. Donnelly
  • 07-09-20

AWFULLY read

The guy constantly trips over what he’s saying. This needs re-recording, amateur audiobooks are higher quality.

Shame as content seems good.